IA Writer — iA Writer by R. P. Bundle Python Image Manipulation Library by Matt Safari Support — iA Writer — iA Writer at master · Python/pyimage.py at master · PythonPyImage by Kusch How do I make an Excel compatible spreadsheet program? . See the Python section. Q: I'd like to do some quick image manipulation in the python programming language. I'd also like to write Python functions so that I can call Image Manipulation functions from python. Where do I start? There are a lot of Python image-manipulation libraries floating around out there. For example: There are also many good online books on writing Python-to-Excel plugins. A: From an Excel perspective, Image Manipulation is an important part of writing formulas and formulas in Excel. In fact, Excel worksheets have so-called formulas that take an image or a PDF to modify. In my experience writing Python functions for these formulas, I think Excel can be a bit more difficult. A: It isn't the image manipulation programming in Python. In fact, it isn't even very difficult. It isn't necessary that any form of Python is used. The Excel formula will be automatically replaced by an equivalent one in Python. That is, you can write the Python code without knowing Excel at all. The tricky thing is that the formula may be too complicated to know exactly where to look. There are many ways to accomplish this, and many methods. In any case, the main challenge is writing a simple Excel formula that will convert a PDF file from an image or image file into an Excel spreadsheet. A: If you want to write some basic code to manipulate your image from Excel, then start here: An example script in Python of running all the required image files to convert them from image to a PDF. In his first post Matt explained his approach and how you could start from here. A: A short answer is to check out this tutorial which goes into further detail: A: There are a number of ways to create Excel compatible Python programs. A: The following is not intended as a tutorial.